Public Domain Treaty Compliance Verification in the Digital Age
Drell, Sidney D.
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CitationStubbs, Christopher W., and Sidney D. Drell. 2013 “Public Domain Treaty Compliance Verification in the Digital Age.” IEEE Technol. Soc. Mag. 32 (4): 57–64. doi:10.1109/mts.2013.2286432.
AbstractWe explore in this article some of the emerging opportunities, and associated challenges, that the digital age offers for public-domain verification of compliance with international treaties. The increase in data volume, in ever-improving connectivity, and the relentless evolution towards ubiquitous sensors all provide a rapidly changing landscape for technical compliance verification of international treaties. From satellites to cell phones, advances in technology afford new opportunities for verifying compliance with international agreements, on topics ranging from arms control to environmental and public health issues. We will identify some of the engineering challenges that must be overcome in order to realize these new verification opportunities.
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